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Express 79.2% as a decimal
79.2% as a decimal is 0.792.
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Weegy: 79.2% as a decimal is 0.792.
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User: Subtracting 8.263 from 13.48, you obtain

Weegy: Subtracting 8.263 from 13.48, you obtain 5.217.





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